What You’ll Need:
Green & Brown Tissue Paper
Then it’s time to paint! The dinosaurs become their paintbrushes, as they make tracks across the paper. Yes it’s messy, but so fun to see what they create!
Told you it was simple! The kids had so much fun playing with glue and paint, and after a while Emylia started experimenting with different parts of the dinosaur. First painting tracks, then painting with their tails, and eventually their heads. I love learning to paint with different mediums in this Art Explosion class. Thanks Miss Jo!
Other Dinosaur Ideas!
For books, gotta go with the How Do Dinosaurs series. We started with “How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?“, but have read and enjoy several of their titles!
How about some sensory play? Check out one of my favorite Homeschool Blogs, Fantastic Fun and Learning’s Dinosaur Sensory Bins. Shaunna takes creativity and learning to a new level! I want to play with one of these…
|How cool is this? (Photo Courtesy FantasticFunandLearning.com)|
Shaunna Evans says
My girls totally love dinosaurs, too. They would love your paleo painting activity. Thanks so much for including our dinosaur sensory bin.
Kristen Hewitt says
Are you kidding Shaunna?! Thank you for your amazing website and inspiring me to consider homeschool!
Renee Cheatham says
This is such a great idea! My two-year old just learned how to “roar!” like a dinosaur! I bet he would get a kick out of painting with dino feet.
Renee @ CreativeMamaMessyHouse
The Dusty Parachute says
What a cute idea – My 5yo would love this (the 9yo too!)